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Register for Fall Ball!
Register for Fall Ball!
Who: Boys and Girls, Grades K-8
When: Sundays, 9/10 through 10/29 (weather permitting), from 11am-1pm
Where: Herbst Field
Come when you can, even if you play other fall sports!
No SEPYLA Boundaries apply for this clinic-style program, so no matter where you play your spring lax, you're welcome to join us for this unique and highly effective training program!
Whether your Club has a Fall Ball Program or not, this is a great opportunity to stay fresh for your Spring/Summer 2018 Evaluations coming soon.
Play with your summer league friends, bring your spring teammates, or invite your friends from school - either way, we'll keep your experience and skill level in mind to help you develop your Lax IQ and capabilities.
We've made Fall Ball a positive community experience by hosting Fall Ball for all ages and skill levels during a condensed 2 hour time frame, where parents can enjoy watching all of their children together with the smell of grilling and fall in the air.
Using a structured, high rep, fun, and festive platform with music, concessions, prizes, and guest coaches and players, we aim to replicate the tournament environment that makes lacrosse the greatest sport to play and spectate.
No matter what your level of experience, you will be coached based on your skill and experience level to maximize your value!
Lacrosse Lessons in Support of the Children's Tumor Foundat
Lacrosse Lessons in Support of
the Children's Tumor Foundation
My Name is Ben Sexauer and I am a student athlete at CB West where I am on the Boys Varsity Lacrosse team. This summer I am raising money for the Children's Tumor Foundation (CTF) by giving lacrosse lessons to youth players in grades 1-8 who want to improve their lacrosse knowledge and skills.
Each one hour lesson will focus on the fundamentals of the game while having fun in a 1-1 setting. All funds raised will be donated to CTF at the end of the summer.
The cost per one hour lesson is $25.00. Lessons will be held at Bridge Valley Elementary School.
Since we will be using real lacrosse balls, players are required to wear full equipment.
If interested in scheduling a lesson, please email me at
If you are interested in learning more about the Children's Tumor Foundation here is the link. http://www.ctf.org/.
All of our Central Bucks Athletic Association Lightning Lacrosse teams are now accessible on the SI Play Mobile App. SI Play is a free app within your phone's app store or Google play store. Once you download the app and log in, you just select the teams and players you want to track through the season.
Steps to Download and Login to the App
Click one of the buttons below, or search SI Play in your phones app store.
Download the app to your phone.
Use your Central Bucks Athletic Association Lightning Lacrosse registration credentials to login*
The CBAA Lacrosse website (http://cblightninglacrosse.com/) is where all scheduling and communication take place, so for the most up to date information, go to the website for schedules, field opening/closures, and messages for the CBAA Lacrosse community.
Please note you cannot access SI Play online (as you would for other CBAA sports) to do anything with your account. SEPYLA and PAGLA (the Boys and Girls governing bodies for our respective leagues) still use League Athletics and the full integration has not occurred yet, so CBAA Lax is NOT integrated with the SI Play online accounts that you currently have if you play CBAA Soccer or Basketball.
The current SEPYLA requirement for players who do not have a home program is for those players to notify SEPYLA of their desired Spring Season program. SEPYLA has not finalized this process, but the current steps when registering for CBAA are as follows:
Send an e-mail to
email@example.com with a copy to
The Email must contain: Player's Name, Date of Birth, Grade, and Home Address
Include a statement confirming that they wish to play for CBAA Lacrosse because their home school district does not have a youth program.
Identify if the player is a first year player - if they are an experienced player, provide the name of the program they participated in the prior spring.
Players within the boundaries of an ACTIVE program
Any player who resides within another team boundary, and wishes to play for the CBAA, must go through the SEPYLA waiver process BEFORE registering with CBAA.
The formal waiver process is defined on the SEPYLA website. However, the following steps outline the process:
An e-mail needs to be sent to Steve Lehman, chairman of the SEPYLA competition committee, explaining the hardship and reason for the request to play for the CBAA.
There is a $25 fee for the waiver process, payable to SEPYLA.
PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT SEPYLA WILL ONLY GRANT WAIVERS FOR EXTREME HARDSHIP CASES - NOT JUST BECAUSE YOU WANT TO CHANGE PROGRAMS.
As a reminder our territory includes all feeder schools to CB East, CB West and Palisades. If your physical address does not reside in these boundaries, you need to obtain a waiver OR register with your home program. No exceptions!!